The Graphic Art of the Underground: A Countercultural History takes the reader on a dazzling journey through the visual art and design of alternative and youth cultures from the 1950s to the present day.
One of the strangest and subtlest films ever made, the Maysles Brothers' 1975 documentary Grey Gardens today boasts as devoted a following as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest or Harold and Maude. Learn More
Master artist H.R. Giger guides us through the grimly beautiful world of his unconscious. The large-scale format of this intriguing book permits close inspection of 184 of Giger's detailed nightmare visions. Learn More
Utterly unknown during his lifetime, Henry Darger led a quiet, secluded existence as a janitor on Chicago's North Side. When he died, his landlord discovered a treasure trove of more than three hundred canvases and more than 30,000 manuscript pages depicting a rich, shocking fantasy world—many featuring hermaphroditic children being eviscerated, crucified, and strangled.
While Coop's previously published works, Devil's Advocate: The Art of Coop and The Big Fat One, have focused primarily on the artist's illustrations, Idle Hands showcases a significant amount of Coop's work as a fine artist over the past decade. Learn More
Continuing where he left off with The Jackson 500, Volume One, Tim Biskup's latest fine-art collection contains paintings 101 to 200 in a series of five hundred business-card-sized paintings, reproduced at actual size. Learn More
Celebrating midcentury graphic design with a twist of “baroque modernism” and a dash of punk-rock confidence, Tim Biskup continues to enchant and inspire fans around the globe with the business-card-sized illustrations that fill his Jackson 500 volumes. Learn More